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Early Years "Good Level of Development" 2016

 

In 2016 80% of our children achieved a "good level of development" which is an increase of 6% from 2015 and a 31.8% increase from 2014.

 

Year 1 Phonics Screening check 2016

 

80% of our pupils met the required standard at the end of Year One which was an increase of 4% from 2015  and 19% from 2015.

 

Key Stage 2 test results 2016

 

We are delighted by the KS2 results for 2016 as this is the first time the pupils sat the new KS2 Government tests which have been "assessed without levels". Due to the new tests structure it is not possible to compare our results from 2015 to those of 2016. However, needless to say the children have worked extremely hard and have been brilliantly supported by the staff and their high expectations. 

 

The school's most recent unvalidated Key Stage 2 results which will be published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education's website are as follows:

 

Reading, Writing and Mathematics:       72% of pupils achieved the expected standard (19% above the national result)

Reading, Writing and Mathematics:         2% of pupils achieved a high score                  (3% below the national result)

 

Reading                                         :        79% of pupils achieved the expected standard  (13% above the national result)

Reading                                         :        16% of pupils achieved a high standard             (3% below the national result)

 

Writing (Teacher assessed)           :        75% of pupils achieved the expected standard  (1% above the national result)

Writing (Teacher assessed)           :          5% working at greater depth within expected standard( 10% below the national result)

 

Mathematics                                   :        82% of pupils achieved the expected standard   (12% above the national result)

Mathematics                                   :        30% of pupils achieved a high standard              (13% above the national result)

 

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling   :   82% of pupils achieved the expected standard    (10% above the national result)

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling   :  47% of pupils achieved a high standard                (24% above the national result)

 

The progress of our pupils is now judged on an "average scaled score per pupil. The progress of our pupils is also now based on their attainment at KS1 and the progress they have made compared to other pupils nationally. This is different to previous years where pupils were expected to make "2 levels of progress" from KS1 to KS2.

 

Progress Measures KS1-KS2 (based on 98% of pupils)

 

Reading Progress score (confidence level in brackets)            3.8 (2.2 to 5.4)

Writing Progress score   (confidence level in brackets)            1.6 (-0.1to 3.3)

Maths Progress score    (confidence level in brackets)             4.9 (3.5 to 6.3)

 

The Average Scaled Score per pupil is:

 

Average scaled score in Reading                                                               : 104 ( National 103)

Average scaled score in Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling                   :  107 (National 104)

Average scaled score in Mathematics                                                        :  105 (National 103)

 

As part of our work with supporting parents/carers with the new tests we sent out a leaflet to explain the changes. Please find it on this page as a PDF document. Going forward,as always we shall be striving to maintain our high standards whilst at the same time providing a broad and balanced curriculum  for all of the children in our care. With continued parental support, which is one of the foundations of our school, I am sure  the children will enjoy continued success.

 

Link to school and college performance tables service: https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables)

 

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